The Eve of Love: A Hearts Through History anthology
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Shunned as a divorcee, Livi Breeze performs on the streets of London to survive. Asked to sing at a New Year’s Eve party thrown by a famous theatre couple, she realizes this may be her only chance to escape rain, snow, and sleet for a career on the stage. As the clock nears midnight and her nerves begin to fray, the party magically also offers a chance for true love.
Ash Crispen has poured his heart and soul into an operetta, determined not to be the talentless son of extraordinary parents. Heavily courted by a beautiful actress gunning for the lead in his play, Ash assumes he’ll cast her, that is until he sees Livi. Is she capable of holding an audience, and more importantly, can she win the favor of London’s empresarios?
The Christmas Unicorn
Believing herself abandoned by her fiancé in
the wilds of Northern Wales, actress Babbie Crispen and her wheelchair-bound
son struggle to find shelter on a frigid night before Christmas.
A strange man the locals call the Wicked Scot finds them near death on a snow-covered hillside. He brings them to his castle, a place of both terrifying and wonderful magic so powerful it changes all their lives.
A Rogue in Sheep’s Clothing
In Lord Hugh Davenport’s opinion, women of the
ton perpetually hide behind a mask of deception. That’s hard for Lady Ellie
Albright to swallow – especially since she’s disguised herself as a stable hand
to get back the prized stallion her father sold Hugh to pay a debt. If Hugh
learns her true identity she’ll lose the horse and her family will go bankrupt.
Somehow, though, giving up Hugh’s love is starting to seem worse.
The flock of insipid debutantes Hugh's mother invites to a house party, bore him. Instead, he's captivated by an enigmatic stable hand who swears she’ll never marry. The harder he presses her, the more she urges him to wed Ellie Albright, the silliest goose in the whole unappealing lot. What Hugh desires is a strong, independent woman who can hold her own and who cares about something other than the latest hat styles. And that’s just the type of woman he's never going to find in his mother’s parlor…
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